Two of our own, Rodney Rainey and Tefilio Cotton, began work on the Massachusetts Avenue Development plan today! They will be involved in every phase of transforming three vacant properties into 11 units of affordable, energy-efficient housing. By creating these living wage green jobs in our neighborhood, PUSH is showing that our solutions work. We are demonstrating that building a new green economy is already having an impact on people and their neighborhoods. We need the banks, National Fuel, and our government to invest in our solutions and bring this neighborhood transformation up to scale!
Congrats to Rodney and Tefilio! Thank you to Paul Lamparelli for working with us to create these green jobs. Going green isn't just a lifestyle, it's about survival!
Posted on Mon, January 31, 2011